|Efficient and powerful, the Korg G3 is a guitar pedal designed to produce dynamic tones with high quality. The Korg multi-effects pedal features different modes such as clean, crunch, and lead thus enhancing the overall performance. This guitar pedal’s built-in effects such as chorus, flanger, delay, and noise reduction provide the ultimate sound effect. This Korg multi-effects pedal is powered by an AC adapter. You can take the Korg G3 anywhere you want, to entertain yourself and others.|
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I purchased the g-3 about a month ago i love it.Its a couple of effects all built into one box.You don,t have to drag around a bunch of little stomp boxes and cables around.I think it cost me about 40.00,a single stomp box can cost that much.for the price you can,t beat it.
I had one many years ago and have been looking for another forever! I love the simplicity and it covers my needs for stage.
I like the ease in usage. No menus to scroll, parameters to navigate. All of this is done in it's most simplest form...musically, by ear! Three modes, Clean, crunch and Lead. Effects are drive/compression, delay, chorus/reverb/flange. These are all under operation by turning knobs, the old fashioned way. Once you aquire the sound program you like, you just press a "write" button and it is stored in the bank. The compare lights up to show your last edited sound. You get 3 programs for each pedal, Clean, Crunch and Lead. You may also disengage the effects by stepping on one of the 3 pedals during play. I bought this on ebay for a very low price. I was considering buying a Quattro by Carl Martin, but they are $600!! Of course, if I could afford this unit, I would definitely buy it. But for now, at a fraction of the price, I got the next best thing. The distortion is very usable, with a wide range of play. The effects are really there to compliment the clean/crunch and lead sounds. A very good processor for the money. Grab the next one you can find. They were discontinued in the 90's. Dimebag Darrel used to promote the G3.